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22nd November 17
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Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP)

 

Parkview Nursery School is committed to supporting all children to achieve their full

potential regardless of their background.  Our school aims of enriching every child’s learning and experiences to create confident, capable and independent learners sum up our vision for all children.

Research has shown that children who come from households with lower incomes are more likely to make less progress.  To enable the school to improve outcomes for these children we receive a small amount of additional funding per disadvantaged pupil, this is known as the Early Years Pupil Premium. 

This document illustrates how the EYPP allocation was used last year and our strategy for the current year.

Early Years Pupil Premium Expenditure and Impact 2016-17

 

Number of children and EYPP received

Total Children on roll in July 2017

88

Total Number of pupils eligible for EYPP in July 2017

14

Amount of EYPP received for year 2016-17

4100

How funding was spent

Nurture Group

Free school meals 

Resources – home learning bags for fine motor skills 

Extra sessions to support parents attending parenting groups in partnership with Millom Children’s Centre and to support families with social care involvement.

Extra staffing to support a small group of children with language activities

Extra staffing to enable educational visits to Millerbeck Steam Railway

 

Total

Carry forward 

1581

752

229

456

 

 

306

 

476

3800

£300

 

Impact of funding

The children’s progress was used to measure the impact of the funding.  

ARE = Age related expectations

 

 

ARE or above on entry

ARE or above on exit

 

Personal, Social & Emotional Development

7%

74%

 

Communication & Language

14%

68%

 

Physical Development

29%

97%